JetSuiteX has been my favorite airline since I first learned about them. For about the price on an Economy ticket, you get to be spoiled in an Embraer ERJ-135 jet. For a limited time, JetSuiteX is offering flights for $59 throughout the month of May!
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$59 Semi-Private Flights on JetSuiteX
For a limited time, JetSuiteX if offering their semi-private jet experience for only $59!!! Normally, most flights start at $99 and go up to $179, so this is a huge savings.
When flying JetSuiteX, you avoid the normal TSA security lines and airport hassle. You can literally show up 15 minutes before your flight and be perfectly fine.
The lounges have complimentary wifi, comfy seats, and free drinks and snacks. Some of them even have foosball and other games to play.
JetSuiteX’s in-flight experience is comparable to a private jet. There are 30 seats on the plane so you’ll get plenty of attention from the flight attendants. The jet holds 10 rows of seats configured 2-1 with one seat on the right and two on the left as you’re walking down the aisle.
Where does JetSuiteX fly?
JetSuiteX has permanent, season, and pop-up flights available.
There are five permanent destinations:
- Las Vegas
- Orange County
The Fine Print
Keep in mind that there are some restrictions on these fares. You must purchase tickets at least 21 days in advance and fly on a Tuesday or Wednesday. Eligible dates are from May 1, 2019, through May 31, 2019. Blackout dates of May 22 through May 28 for the Memorial Day weekend.
Save $20 on your JetSuiteX flight
When you use our referral link or code “PFVEEV” you can save $20 on your first flight of $129 or more.
The Bald Thoughts
Although the dates may be limited for this promotion, $59 for a semi-private jet flight is a killer deal. Now that I’m in Nashville, I miss being able to fly JetSuiteX up to the Bay Area or to Vegas for a fun weekend with Anna and the kids. Next time I’m in California, I’ll definitely be looking for an excuse to hop aboard a JetSuiteX flight and enjoy the experience.
Have you flown on JetSuiteX before? Are you able to take advantage of these $59 flights? Let me know in the comment section below.